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Mike Fuller 07-01-2017 09:51 AM

What class will this car fit?
 
I have a 2013 Mustang 302 N/A car that is FS/E in Nhra. If I show up at the Norwalk race with it what class will I run? Do I need to be a member in order to race?

David Lee 07-01-2017 03:51 PM

Re: What class will this car fit?
 
yes you do need to be a member if it is a sanctioned NHRA event. You mentioned the class already, so I do not understand that.

Do you have the proper roll cage and other items that would make you legal for the track?

Mike Fuller 07-01-2017 10:28 PM

Re: What class will this car fit?
 
I meant do I need to be a member of NMCA to race at thier events. The car is certified to go as quick as 8.50.

J Gower 07-02-2017 11:53 AM

Re: What class will this car fit?
 
Mike, give Dennis Breeden a shout, he could tell you about being a member or not. As far as what class, there were a few running the S/SS combo running same class as NHRA. Dennis Breeden, Ricky Pennington, Randy Eakins, and Jim Bailey were just a few that were at Bowling Green NMCA race.

Lew Silverman 07-02-2017 01:52 PM

Re: What class will this car fit?
 
Mike, here is a link to the rules for the new Stock/Super Stock Class for this year. As your car is naturally-aspirated, there should no issues for you being able to race at an NMCA/NMRA event.

If you need more information concerning NMCA membership or using your NHRA/IHRA permanent number in competition, you should call Jamie Fasbender @ (714) 444-2426 ext. 118. She can get you signed up and answer all of your questions!

Good Luck at Norwalk!!

http://www.nmcadigital.com/dl/rules/sssc.pdf

Mike Fuller 07-02-2017 02:19 PM

Re: What class will this car fit?
 
Thanks Lew

Jim Bailey 07-04-2017 01:06 PM

Re: What class will this car fit?
 
Mike, your car will run the same NMCA class and index as NHRA. You will have to join NMCA, I think it was $45.00. But, before you complain - check out the pay back! Great people to race for. Fantastic contingency program ( you'll have all your checks in less than a month, and you won't have to chase anybody.) The whole program reminds me of racing IHRA when Bill Bader ran the deal. As I've said before, " It's very refreshing." And as good of competition as you'll ever run against.- Jim -

Mike Fuller 07-05-2017 08:04 AM

Re: What class will this car fit?
 
Thanks Jim. Looks like I will be showing up there. Everyone seems to like their program more than NHRA. Not hard to figure.

ALMACK 07-05-2017 05:13 PM

Re: What class will this car fit?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Mike Fuller (Post 538645)
I meant do I need to be a member of NMCA to race at thier events. The car is certified to go as quick as 8.50.

I ran the Bowling Green combo race and requested a one-race waiver on the NMCA membership and Rollie Miller granted it.

Not sure if me being a NMRA member helped or not.

You should ask. He may grant it

GeneNMCA 08-16-2017 01:06 PM

Re: What class will this car fit?
 
Mike Fuller if you want to race Norwalk and see what our program is like we will grant you a one race membership waiver. Just ask for me at the Registration Trailer.

Thanks for your interest
Gene Bergstrom
Director of Operations
NMCA / NMRA


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